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PPP: a win-win situation for the public and private sectors

  • Poland
  • Project and infrastructure finance


Public-Private Partnerships have become an effective way for Government to raise finances for large infrastructural projects, especially considering the current situation of most public coffers. Business Agenda speaks to Tomasz Korczyński about how Malta can learn from Poland’s experience when it comes to the management of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs).

“The current economic and financial instability is just one of the many reasons why governments are increasingly looking towards Public-Private Partnerships,” states Tomasz Korczynski, Senior Associate of Wierzbowski Eversheds in Poland. “I think that in the current situation, PPPs may even reach more of their potential and prove how this business solution is really a sustainable and efficient one, no matter the economic climate.”

Mr Korczynski should certainly know what he is talking about. As an attorney at law at Wierzbowski Eversheds, he specialises in commercial, business law and PPPs, and has over 10 years experience in providing legal advice to public and private entities, both in his native Poland as well as on an international level.

Click here to read the whole interview.

Source: An interview with Tomasz Korczyński, Business Agenda, December-Februray 2012

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